HILMY, YOESRY (2010) PENDUGAAN KARBON TERSIMPAN DI ATAS PERMUKAAN TANAH DI BLOK PERLINDUNGAN TAMAN WISATA ALAM GUNUNG BAUNG PASURUAN - JAWA TIMUR. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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The research aimed to assess the potential of carbon placed on land surface, exactly in standing plants, lower plants and necromass in protection blok of “Gunung Baung” Natural Tourism Park Pasuruan. Data collection was done by collecting primary data, or direct data taken from the field which would be calculated in alometric equation. Measurement in big plot with 20m x 100m dimension or 2000m2 to measure trees with >30 cm diameter, sub plot with dimension 5m x 40m or 200m² to measure tree with size 5- 30 cm, 6 plot measured 0,5m x 0,5m or 0.25m to measure understory (understory), and necro-mass in box 20m x 100m or 2000m² for necro-mass with size >30 cm, necro-mass 5m x 40m or 200m² for necro-mass with size <5 cm. From the research done in “Gunung Baung” Natural Tourism Park Pasuruan assessed biomass stock on the land surface. They were wood biomass ± 9.196,4 understory ± 556,77 and necro-mass ± 271,46. so the total assessment of biomass was ± 10.024,63 Mg haˉ¹ with width 195,5 ha, carbon (C) amount was ± 4.611.32 Mg haˉ¹, and carbon dioxyde (CO2) 17.338,56 Mg haˉ¹ or 17.338,56 Ton. Carbon assessment in “Gunung Baung” Natural Tourism Park Pasuruan conservation blok was ± 4.611,32 Mg haˉ¹ or 4.611,32 ton, vegetation in “Gunung Baung” Natural Tourism Park area had large carbon absorption with value ± 17.338,56 Mg haˉ¹ or 17.338,56 ton with width 138,5 ha area. There suggested further research of carbon assessment in limited usage for 20 ha, intensive usage blok 10 ha, and rehabilitation blok with 27 ha width completing data of carbon assessment in “Gunung Baung” Natural Tourism Park. There needed socialization to the society around “Gunung Baung” Natural Tourism Park area about the importance of forest as carbon savings and forest as toxic absorption element like carbon dioxyde (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxyde (N2O) to decrease quality and contaminate air and environment.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||S Agriculture > SD Forestry|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Agriculture & Animal Husbandry > Department of Forestry|
|Depositing User:||Rayi Tegar Pamungkas|
|Date Deposited:||17 Apr 2012 06:25|
|Last Modified:||17 Apr 2012 06:25|
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